PGA Tour stars Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay have been linked with a move to LIV Golf for some time, and the bookies still think it could happen at some stage soon.
He is now priced up at 3/1.
Schauffele, whether he likes it or not, remains heavily linked with a move to the Saudi-bankrolled circuit.
He did shut down such a rumour in November, but we have heard from a source closely connected with LIV Golf that Schauffele has not completely ruled out a switch to LIV Golf in the future.
The biggest issue holding Schauffele back from a shock switch to LIV Golf, at least according to our source, is OWGR points.
Or a lack of shall we say.
Team golf apparently appeals to him, and playing slightly less golf too, but competing in the major championships is what matters most to him.
Schauffele might have won seven times on the PGA Tour, proven a huge thorn in the European Ryder Cup side and won an Olympic Gold medal, but he still doesn't have a major victory to his name.
That's why Schauffele would need OWGR points to guarantee his place in the majors.
Throw in the fact the PGA Tour has quickly inflated its price purses further in 2023 and beyond with its new 'Elevated Events' program, and it quickly becomes easy to see why many of the best players in the game such as Schauffele have chosen to stick rather than twist right now.
However, LIV Golf League tournaments carry $25m prize purses. The 17 elevated PGA Tour events have average purses of $20m.
Schauffele's best bud and World No.4 Cantlay has also been heavily linked for a move away from the PGA Tour to LIV Golf, and he's now third in the current betting at 6/1.
Norway's Viktor Hovland is also rumoured to be intrigued by a move to LIV, and he's now the second favourite in the betting at 5/1.
LIV did manage to acquire six new players including Thomas Pieters ahead of its first event of the new season in Mexico this week.
But they wanted bigger and better.
With six players in, it's meant six have been axed before the first of 14 tournaments.
Check out the full list of odds for the next PGA Tour star to join LIV Golf, including speculative odds of Jon Rahm at 500/1 and Rory McIlroy at an even bigger 1000/1.
Who will be the next top 25 player to join LIV Golf?
Xander Schauffele - 3/1
Viktor Hovland - 5/1
Patrick Cantlay - 6/1
Hideki Matsuyama - 9/1
Keegan Bradley - 11/1
Cameron Young - 14/1
Tom Kim - 16/1
Tyrrell Hatton - 20/1
Justin Thomas - 20/1
Will Zalatoris - 25/1
Matt Fitzpatrick - 33/1
Sam Burns - 33/1
Jordan Spieth - 50/1
Tommy Fleetwood - 50/1
Sungjae Im - 50/1
Scottie Scheffler - 66/1
Collin Morikawa - 66/1
Tony Finau - 66/1
Max Homa - 80/1
Billy Horschel - 100/1
Shane Lowry - 200/1
Jon Rahm - 500/1
Rory McIlroy - 1000/1
BettingSites.co.uk has also got some more LIV Golf markets available, including whether Greg Norman's golf league will completely collapse by 2023, and whether major champions Cameron Smith, Phil Mickelson or Dustin Johnson will call it quits.
Interestingly with the bookies, Smith, who is now demoted to fifth in the world rankings as a result of LIV Golf being shut out of receiving OWGR points, is 10/11 to leave LIV Golf before the end of 2025.
Check out some other markets below:
Will LIV Golf collapse by the end of 2023?
Yes - 4/1
No - 1/5
Phil Mickelson to leave LIV Golf by the end of 2025?
Yes - 5/2
No - 1/3
Cameron Smith to leave LIV Golf by the end of 2025?
Yes - 10/11
No - 10/11
Dustin Johnson to leave LIV Golf by the end of 2025?
Yes - 6/4
No - 1/2
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